Northern Nevada Appeal Briefly
November 20, 2009
‘The King and I’ concludes Sunday
The curtains will fall Sunday on the Western Nevada Musical Theatre Company’s production of the Rogers and Hammerstein musical, “The King and I.”
You still can catch it at 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday and 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in the Bob Boldrick Theater, Carson City Community Center at 851 E. William St. Tickets are $20 general, $18 seniors and students, and $16 for ages 17 and younger. Call 445-4249.
Carson seniors plan trip to Stateline
The Carson City Senior Citizens monthly bus trip will travel to Harvey’s/Harrah’s at Stateline, Wednesday, Dec. 9.
The bus will load at 7:45 a.m. in the east parking lot of the Senior Center, 911 Beverly Dr. and depart at 8:15 a.m., returning at
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4 p.m. To make reservations and for information, call
Entertainment books to benefit seniors
Just in time for holiday giving, the 2010 Entertainment Books are available in the finance office of the Senior Center, 911 Beverly Drive. The cost is $30 with $10.50 going back to the center as a donation. For information, call 883-0703.
Can recycling drive
to help FISH
Carson Cans Recycling Co. will host the Metal for Meals fundraiser in support of FISH Holiday Food Drive through Dec. 23.
Carson Cans will accept donations of: aluminum cans, scrap aluminum, copper, brass, electric motors, insulated copper wire and cable, radiators, car batteries, cell phones, plastic water bottles, lead weights, ammunition brass (restrictions apply).
Receipts for taxes are available upon request.
Carson Cans is located at 3030 Sunrise Drive in Carson City. Hours are 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday-Tuesday. For more information, call 885-2260.
Safari zoo starts winter food drive
Sierra Safari Zoo has completed its 2009 season and now is looking toward the community to make the Winter Food Drive a success.
Every year the zoo closes in November for winter. During the five months the zoo is closed there is no revenue to support the animals and the Winter Food Drive has become an extremely important part of keeping the zoo running.
The zoo needs to raise around $13,000 for each of the five months it is closed. Donations are tax deductible.
Though small, Sierra Safari has become the largest zoo in Nevada, with more than 200 animals of of more than 40 different species. It is run by animal-loving volunteers with help from the sheriff’s community work program.
For more information, contact Jane Kisiel at 775-677-1104 or visit sierrasafari
Donations can be mailed to: Sierra Safari Zoo, 10200 N. Virginia St., Reno, NV 89506.遁